The entrance to the theatre is behind King’s Cross Station, on the corner of Goods Way and King’s Boulevard (N1C 4UR).
Tube / Trains: Both King’s Cross and St Pancras International are a short walk from the venue.
King’s Cross St. Pancras Underground station is served by the Hammersmith and City, Circle, Metropolitan, Victoria, Piccadilly and Northern lines. Please use the Regent's Canal exit from King's Cross Underground, or follow the exits for Granary Square when arriving via St Pancras.
Local bus routes: 10, 17, 30, 45, 46, 59, 63, 73, 91, 205, 214, 259, 390 and 476
Parking: The closest car park is at St Pancras International (which has spaces available for Blue Badge holders)
Please note that coaches can not pull up and wait directly outside the venue on Goods Way – they will be asked to move immediately, and may be fined by local authorities.
We recommend that customers with any access requirements book directly with our principal ticketing provider, ATG tickets, rather than alternative ticketing agencies, to ensure we can deliver the best experience possible.
All of the on-site facilities at King’s Cross Theatre are fully accessible, and we have fully trained staff available to offer any additional assistance. If think you might need any assistance, please let us know when you book your tickets, or when you arrive at the theatre.
King’s Cross Theatre has an audio induction (hearing loop) system, which works in all areas off the auditorium. This will provide an amplified feed to those who have a ‘t’ setting on their hearing aid.
If you have booked tickets for a larger group (20+ people) we kindly ask that you gather the tickets into sections, rows and number order, making sure you are aware how many seats are booked on each row. This will ensure everyone can be seated smoothly, safely and with minimal confusion.
For education groups or groups of children under 16 years of age, chaperones should be allocated a specific group of children for whom they will be responsible for during the show and while on site. Chaperones should be allocated tickets for each child in their care. Chaperones should make sure that they accompany their allocated children at all times on site, including during the performance. We also kindly request that you do not distribute tickets to children under the age of 11.